"Sugar" as written by and Daryl/borgovini Hall....
Back in '78, I was a kid, I didn't know shit and I never did
When the summer got hot, we praid for rain
But since the lights went out I've never been the same
But when we got older I caught the gust
Livin' in the park with the rest of the nuts
But now I waver, I feel it heavy on my mind
A life-saver that's been there all the time

And she don't lie, she don't lie but I do
She don't know, she don't know but I do
And I play heavy on my mind

The booker got blessed on her date of birth
from green point ave across to Benson Hurst
She keeps my family together, keeps my foes at bay
When she's chillin' off the leash you better stay away
I remember you and I, we used to chill on a stoop
maxing and ... without any loot
Now you got it going strong but i feel long in the tooth girl
Now you got it going strong but i feel long in the tooth
And I don't know what to feel anymore
But I'm trying, I'm trying to tell her
And I don't know what to think anymore
But I think, I think I ought to build myself

[Chorus: x3]

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"Sugar" as written by Daniel Hunt

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